try : SMBCFG just gooogle it probably u will need the latest version for your laptop.
Edit: you need a bos boodable media, its used to acces dmi/bios externaly... mainly for writing tattoo
This tool is basically made for DMI adjustments for tattooing mainboards after being replaced.
Messing up DMI settings can make it impossible to activate your windows, it might give some un explainable blue screens or even an non booting system. (an copy of original dmi can be put back with a lot of trouble or by bringing it to the service center where the original warranty came from.
u will need a dos bootable media, with the smbcfg module stored on that media.
With this tool u can arrange all bios settings (also the hidden ones) and also most of the text found in bios can be altered.
Suggestion: only change frequenty (or multiplier probably that cpu is engineer unlocked)
mostly you can also adjust threads/HT (seperetly without switching full multi thread/core functionality off